“Hemp halvah”, which is unique to Seljuk cuisine and has a thousand-year history This historical taste, indispensable for cold winter nights and an important element of entertainment culture in the Seljuk period, sweetens the palate again.
Halvah, consists of a mixture of hemp, hazelnut, walnut, almond, molasses, and roasted chickpeas, is also called “appetizer”. Hemp halvah is a dessert that belongs to the Seljuk period, a thousand years ago. It contains hemp, hazelnut, walnut, almond, molasses, and roasted chickpeas. At that time, this dessert was consumed under the name of ‘appetizer’ as an indispensable part of cold winter nights. This dessert, whose main ingredient is molasses and hemp, was poured on trays and served by freezing it on the snow in the past.
A dessert that you can safely feed to children I t contains no additives. It’s pretty easy to make. It can be stored for a long time. There is no decay. A traditional dessert unique to the Seljuk capital, Konya. It is a dessert that can be consumed even for breakfast. Hemp is used a lot in Konya. It is also put into tandoori biscuits. It is not eaten raw but is consumed by roasting. It is a dessert that is made in a very short time and stored for a very long time. It is very useful because of the ingredients in it.